Beachcomber Le Victoria Hotel
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... 8230;.tour leader didn’t have his number. “I’ll send an email” he said… email failed to send.
In the meantime about 4 or 5 taxi drivers were hanging around like vultures with Jeff holding court. We’ll take you to the city … how much? $10 per person.
I said that’s not right … “$10 for one person in one taxi or $40 for 4 people in one taxi” ...
... to pay, which is odd as we'd tipped after the meals but hey ho, load the car and we hit the road. It soon becomes apparent that our vehicle is not going to win any drag races, but the island is pretty small so no big deal, the drive to Port Louie is a little painful and overtaking is tricky with the power package I have to hand but we arrive after around forty minutes and stop at Caudan waterfront, very pleasant and found a floating restaurant for a lunchtime beer. ...
... the punishment. The Times Digest on board carried the story that Deutsche Bank may accept a record penalty of $1.5 billion dollars and plead guilty to fraud as a result of manipulation the Libor index rates. According to Wikipedia (which at this point I take at face value), “early estimates are that the rate manipulation scandal cost US states, counties, and local governments at least $6 billion in fraudulent interest payments, above $4 billion ...
... the beach. We watched the fishermen in the sea and the boats go by. A nice peaceful time after all the previous days activities. All too soon ,a sudden tropical storm caused us to have an early lunch. Dinner time we finished up the turkey in a quick cassoulet on the terrace with a just a hint of a sunset and yet more ...
... to come across them after hearing Billy Connolly's sketch about always going swimming with a bottle of vinegar when he's in Australia. Lynne and I couldn't pass up the opportunity to have our photo taken at "Dickson's Inlet", it wasn't particularly exciting, just a few more signs warning of crocodiles - "Be croc wise in croc country", I still claim the tracks on the beach were only a dog, the girls adamantly disagreed. After a few days it was time to take off and go out ...